A bit more on drugs - and an award for the RSA

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I posted yesterday about the launch of our Drugs Report.  As I was on my way to the launch, I have only just caught up with the Today programme coverage - if you have a moment it is well worth a listen (with a great introduction about the RSA).

And, it's great to be able to report another piece of good news.   The RSA Journal has won a couple of awards at the International Customer Publishing Awards 2010: one for best membership title (not for profit, charities and associations), with the judges commenting that 'the content is excellent' and 'that there is a rich range of subjects that are both thought-provoking and debate-starting; and one for best use of illustration for the recent Frans de Waal feature.    I'm sure any RSA Fellow readers will join me in congratulating the Journal team.

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